Whether coordinating a '70s roller-disco, digging trenches for an irrigation project in Honduras, facilitating a pivotal business meeting, or raising awareness about systemic racism, Wheaton students are engaged in a variety of experiences that contribute to both their growth as Christians and building life-long friendships.
Student Engagement Events Spring 2019
|Feb. 17||WCF Sunday Night Prayer||OCO|
|Feb. 18||President's Ball||SAO|
|Feb. 21-23||WCF Kingdom Prayer Vigil||OCO|
|March 17||All School Communion||Chaplain's|
|March 22||Roller Disco||SAO|
|March 24||WCF Sunday Night Prayer||OCO|
|April 3||Class Officer Election Day||SAO|
|April 6||Spring Community Work Day (Part 1)||OCO|
|April 13||Spring Community Work Day (Part 2)||OCO|
|April 13||Gospel Choir Spring Concert||OMD|
|April 14||All School Communion||Chaplain's|
|May 3||OMD Spring Banquet||OMD|
|May 5||All School Communion||Chaplain's|
Serve on Student Government, plan campus-wide events, lead mission trips, run a club, or serve in one of many other leadership roles on campus. These student leaders are essential in shaping the campus environment in a variety of different ways.
Annual Events and Traditions
Every year student groups on campus put on events including weekly lectures, campus-wide dances, concerts, coffee house performances, and much more. Beyond that, Wheaton has unique traditions, such as the senior bench, a bench that is fought over by the seniors and juniors, that have been around for decades.
Students dancing at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago for the 2018 annual President's Ball.
With genres of clubs ranging from academic honor societies, performance, social justice, and special interest groups, there is something for everyone. These student-initiated and managed clubs truly enrich the atmosphere of Wheaton College, providing avenues for students to express their passions and interests, develop leadership and management skills, and have a ton of fun.
Students celebrating at the Lunar New Year Festival, an event put on by the Chinese Language and Culture Club.